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Pics/Audio: Michael Cullen On National's Budget

Scoop Audio: Michael Cullen On National Budget


Audio and Images by Alastair Thompson & Kevin List

Finance Minister Michael Cullen today called the Press Gallery to a press conference to present a critique of the National Party's economic policy. Click on the links below to listen to the press conference in full.


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Dr Cullen's Presentation
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View the PowerPoint display that critiques National's tax cut policy. See... Labour Displays Critique Of Nats Tax Cut Plan
See also New Zealand Labour Party Press Release…
Finance Minister Michael Cullen today accused National of trying to buy their way to power and challenged it to come clean about how it plans to fund its tax cuts and other promises. See... National must be made to come clean


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Q&A With The Parliamentary Press Gallery
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